- Academic success is worth celebrating and Gloria Mensah recently did just that on social media after bagging a PhD
- The woman shared adorable photos of herself while celebrating her win on LinkedIn
- Mensah expressed gratitude to everyone who has been a part of her PhD journey
A woman identified as Gloria Mensah has celebrated her achievement after bagging a PhD. She took to social media to share the good news.
Sharing adorable photos on her LinkedIn page, Gloria expressed gratitude to all those who helped her all through her PhD journey.
In her words:
"I am extremely grateful to my amazing supervisors; Dr. Katharine Dommett, Dr. Christopher Jones and Prof. Peter Styring for the incredible guidance and support I received throughout my PhD journey."
She also thanked the Grantham Centre for Sustainable Futures University of Sheffield for funding her PhD and the holistic training and opportunities offered her all through.
The lady continued:
"To my ever loving parents, siblings, mentors, PhD colleagues, friends and loved ones, this achievement would not have been possible without the support I received in many diverse ways from you all.
"To my God who makes all things possible, You keep loving me and teaching me that You never fail anyone who puts their trust in You. I owe this all to You."
In similar news, Briefly.co.za reported that a proud young KZN man celebrated working as a lecturer at only 27. A proud young man, Bayabonga Zulu, recently shared with Facebook page, Varsity World, the heartwarming story about his appointment at a KZN university as a lecturer.
In the post, the young man swoons over the fact that he will be the youngest lecturer at the facility.
"I feel so happy and humbled to be appointed as a lecturer by University of KwaZulu-Natal. This milestone achievement marks the beginning of my lecturing journey and a inspirational life.
“Your duties will include lectures; setting of test and examinations; dissertations supervision, research proposal reviews, moderation and invigilation of examinations, student consultation and marking.
"Youngest (27) academic at the UKZN’s School of Management, Information Technology and Governance. History is documented in the institution," the post reads.
Many locals congratulated him heartily in the comment section.
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